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Contact details

Stellingwerff, Martijn Dr. ir.
Architecture (BK), Form and Modelling Studies
Julianalaan 134, 2628 CR Delft
Tel : n/a
E-mail : M.C.Stellingwerff AT tudelft.nl
Website : Open website

General Information


Laser cutter 1


Formstudy laboratory, Zuid-Serre, Faculty of Architecture, Julianalaan 134, Delft (building #8)

Key words:

laser, cutter, acrylic, wood, foamcore, plastic, glass, marble

Main application:

A laser cutter can cut acrylic, wood, paper, foamcore, among other materials. It can also etch vector (line/arc) and raster (image) engravings into these materials, as well as glass, stone, slate, etc.

Instrument specification

Two of these instruments are available in the Formstudy lab. 

Universal laser system

X660 / X2660

Max specimen size:
Width 800 mm
Depth 450 mm

Max specimen thickness:
6 mm

Plan files can be prepared using design packages such as Adobe Illustrator or CorelDraw, aswell as CAD-oriented packages such as AutoCAD. The designer draws vector lines or text with the standard software tools, and uses colors to code which lines are intended as cuts and which are intended as etched lines. In addition, pixel-based graphics such as JPEGs or Adobe Photoshop files can be burned into a surface as a duotone or grayscale image.